Author Archives: Ashley Kang

The Bike Guy

For decades, Anthony Compasso has been the go-to guy to get rolling Read More »

Kenton Buckner was sworn in Dec. 3, 2018, as Syracuse’s new chief of police. Buckner, who turned 50 on Feb. 2, sat down with the founder of The Stand, now-retired Syracuse University professor emeritus Steve Davis, at the end of February for a nearly two-hour interview.   Buckner’s exclusive interview will be revealed over the next month in a four-part Read More Read More »

Building Equity

Study Released on Creating Equitable Jobs for Future I-81 Construction Read More »

Syracuse to South Africa

Conversation on Segregation Held with High School Media Students In a series of what was in momentum from Trevor Noah’s visit to Syracuse for the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day earlier this year, the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central hosted an interactive panel March 1 to induce conversations about racism in America and post-apartheid life in South Read More Read More »

Q&A with Father-Figure Rashawn Sullivan

Uncle serves as mentor to his niece & nephew Q: How did you become a ‘father figure’ to your niblings? A: It’s like this because I didn’t have that when I grew up. My niece’s father is currently incarcerated, so I have to take on that role. With my nephew Desire Sullivan, 11, his father is not active so it Read More Read More »

A Friendly Five

Four female vocalists share how their lives run on more than just musical talent In honor of Women’s History Month, we decided to focus A Friendly Five Column on musical women in our community. The following are two spotlights on women who are more than just musicians. ONCE AN ‘AMERICAN IDOL’ CONTESTANTRobert Stroman is the father of 10, five boys Read More Read More »

Full ‘STEAM’ Ahead

Local leaders all aboard on renovations for new science-based academy Reclining in one of the plastic chairs facing the stage of Danforth Middle School, Jeffrey Morey thinks back to his own days as student at Central High School, where he graduated in 1959. Morey fondly recalls performances of the now bankrupt Syracuse Symphony Orchestra playing in the Central High School Read More Read More »

Q&A with MVP LaQuan Rouse

T he Syracuse Strong won a national championship in January when they beat the Virginia Titans in the Sunshine Bowl in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Strong dominated the game 32-0. “We went out with 27 guys kind of nervous, but everyone stepped up and got the job done,” Head Coach Ed Watkins said. “It was my first national championship with Read More Read More »